Leawood, Kan. – July 30, 2020 – Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes has strong legal practices situated on both sides of the state border in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The law firm now has three attorneys highlighted in Ingram’s Magazine 50 Missourians You Should Know and 50 Kansans You Should Know.
Most recently, John “Nip” Weisenfels was named to 50 Missourians You Should Know in spring of 2020, joining Michael T. White who was chosen for this distinction in 2019. Attorney Greg Musil was a recipient of the 2015 50 Kansans You Should Know distinction.
Nip, Greg and Mike join a group of exemplary individuals on these prestigious lists, which identify highly accomplished individuals from all walks of life who demonstrate a cross-section of business, professional and community service in Kansas and Missouri.
About John “Nip” Weisenfels:
Nip grew up in the St. Louis area and attended the University of Missouri for his undergraduate and law degrees. Nip’s extensive portfolio of over 40 years of work as a leading real estate attorney includes the renovation of Arrowhead and Kauffman Stadiums, the Ward Parkway Shopping Center development, a variety of the Ward Parkway corridor building projects, the new Board of Trade building on the Plaza, and numerous other projects throughout the state.
About Greg Musil:
Greg is an experienced trial lawyer who has successfully resolved business and commercial disputes for clients since 1987. He has worked with individual entrepreneurs, small businesses and America’s largest companies to craft cost-effective and valuable solutions. Greg is also an experienced land use, zoning and entitlements lawyer and continues to represent clients seeking to develop or re-develop commercial and residential properties.
About Mike White:
Mike has extensive experience and a comprehensive knowledge of land use law, including real estate development, economic incentives, tax increment financing, entitlements, zoning, and redevelopment. As a former Legislator and Jackson County Executive, Mike provides clients with a very clear perspective about the intricate workings of state and local governments. He is well known in city halls, county offices, state and federal government circles and recognized as one of Kansas City’s civic leaders. Mike is principally responsible for two landmark cases before the Missouri Supreme Court, establishing the constitutionality of the State’s Tax Increment Financing Act and the first case interpreting the tax lid “Hancock Amendment” of the Missouri Constitution. He is the author of Missouri Land Use Law and Missouri Economic Development Law.
About the firm:
Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes offers a depth of attorneys and experience. Our clients benefit from blue-ribbon talent unencumbered by mega firm business models. For more, visit www.rousepc.com.
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